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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (March 14, 1924)
Western Union Telegraph Co. VS lone, Sunday, March 16
IONE, OREGON, FRIDAY, MARCH 14, 1924
Bank of lone
CAPITAL and SURPLUS
State, County and
4 Per Cent
On Time and Savings Deposits
Safe Deposit Boxes
There is a Reason
My Cash Sales for the past
month were double those of a
I have the largest assortment of
goods in Morrow County.
They are the best that money can
They are priced ror Cash Business.
Service is our motto.
1 Buy where your dollars brings the
most in Quantity, Quality and Service.
WHY BUY ON CREDIT AND PAY MORE?
IONE :-: OREGON
Western Union Telegraph Co.
The Western Union Team have
issued a challenge and the same
will be the first regular game of
the season, Come out and sup
port the boys.
lone Student Gives Talk
0. A,C. Corvallis, March 12
Miss Catherine Jones, of lone,
was one of the principal speakers
at a banquet for all members of
the college Y. W. C. A. held in
the college tea room last Thurs
In her talk, "Three Points Lead
Outward." she gave a discussion
of how Y. W. C. A. links the
campus first with the community,
then with the nation, and finally
with other nations. More than
100 faculty members and students
attended the banquet.
High School Girls and Boys En
joy Good Time at Pendleton
Mr. and Mrs. Will Ganger of
Pendleton, entertained the six
basketball girls and their coach
at a dinner party last Friday
evening. Those attending were
the Misses Genevieve Tillotson,
coach; Gladys Lundell, Eleanor
Swanson Helen Balsiger, Norma
Swanson, Irene Devin, Inez Clark
and host and hostess, Mr. and
Mrs. Granger. Miss Clark is a
neice of Mr. Ganger.
Mr. and Mrs. BufTington of
Pendleton, entertained the lone
boys with a "big feed" after the
games Thursday night. Those
present were J. Clifton Tucker,
coach; Carl Kay, Nolan Page,
Carl Linn, "Clarence Linn, Virgil
Colvin, Carlton Swanson, Ray
Barnett, Edmund Bristow, Rob
ert Harbison, Mr. and Mrs. BufT
ington and son, Gail. Mr. and
Mrs. BufTington were former
residents of lone.
Open For Business
New Tables - New Equipment
I will carry a complete line of
Staple and Fancy Groceries
Calljand see me
Laxton McMurrey, Prop.
raoaeu ju ana it, laterpiuar rlarv es
ters have already proved, by the way
they stand up in the moat severe service,
that they will give a lifetime of service.
A remarkable achievement, but a logical
one, for Holt has used in these models
all-steel construction, anti-friction roller
bearings, positive ana simple lubrication,
safety-release snap clutches, and many
other long-life features.
Long life is insured at no sacrifice of
any other desirable quality. These all
steel models are light-weight, light-draft,
easily handled and remarkable grain-
that insures lifetime ervice
avers. Operating costs are low; a small
crew handles the entire outfit
Model 32 for 1924 is an even bettei
machine thaa aver before. It now has a
40 inch draper, bigger motor, air cleaner,
stronger wheals, increased leveling ca
pacity many other new features. It is
the first real combined harvester of its
size 12 ft cut 20x31 inch separator.
Model 30 offers the same qualities in
an 18 ft cut machine.
Write for full information about either
or both of these machines, or about other
sizes and types of Holt Harvesters.
The Oregonian lays that the
Heppner Farmers' Elevator Co.,
is listed among the violators of
game laws on record at the state
game commission office ss the re
sult of a fine of $25 at Heppner
Monday. The corporation enter
ed a plea of guilty to a charge of
failing to report furs purchased
The McDevitt Bros, from the
lone country, were in Boardman
Wednesday and hauled two truck
loads of lumber which is to be
used in building the Community
Hall out beyond Carty's. They
expect to dedicate the hall on
March 17. Boardman Mirrow.
We call attention to the an
nouncements of It L. Benge and
Wm. T. Campbell for County
Judge and L. P. Davidson, for
County Commiasioner this week.
All these gentlemen are ex
ceptional fine men. and they auk
your dus consideration of their
respective claims for the office
Judge Frank Robinson expects
to leave Saturday for Portland to
be gone for a few days. Accord
ing to the number of letters he
receives from Portland written in
a feminine hand, we surmise there
Boon will be "two hearts that
beat as one." It is quite natural
with some, to seek out a life com
panion as one neari the boundary
line of age, and from the various
trips the Judge has taken to
Portland in the past, it is pre
sumed he has at last found and
won, the winsome one of his
Walt Smith left Tuesday for
Portland and Salem on business
matters. Frank Engleman and
Henry Hainer served as ballast
ns far as Portland.
J. H. Cochran left Wednesday
for Soap Lake, Wn., where he
remains a month for the benefit
of his health. Mrs. Cochran ac
companied him as far as Yakima,
where she will visit with her
daughters, the Meartames H. R.
Holman and G. R. Reese. They
traveled via auto.
Letter received by J. II. Hry-
son, from Mr. llelicker at rort
Lauderdale, Florida, states that
the family will leave there in
about three weeksforlone, going
via the Southern route by auto
thru Texas and California.
An order of ham and, and a
line up for dinner, is now George
Ritchie's order at the hotel. It's
measles at his home, with Frank
GrifTiin wearing an asafetidasack
around his neck.
A. D. MCMURDO, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
Office in Masonic Building
Trained Nurse Assistant
Heppner : Oregon
WANTED Some good work
mules not under 1200 lbs., and to
sell some good young mules.
Leave word at the Lundell garage
at lone. Ellis McLean.
Carl Troedson and "Swede"
Colvin are at Morgan this week
loading out 8 cars of grain for R.
If financial conditions do not
improve pretty soon, said Carl
Troedson, "1 am going to Hep
pner and get a job booting the
wooliesover the range."
During this lovely weather, it
would not go amiss if the Mayor
would see that rubbish on Main
street and toe city park is clean
ed up. Do It Now.
You Can Now Enlist In The Navy
Word has been received from
Washington by Lieutenent D. E.
Barbey of the Portland Navy
Recruiting Station, that enlist
ments in the navy would be re
sumed for a short period.
All recruiting was stopped on
January 10th as the .navy was
at that time in excess of its com
plement. It is expected that re
cruiting will be again discon
tinued in about three weeks, and
only young men who can furnish
exceptionally good character
recommendations and who can
pass a rigid physical examination
are being accepted.
Peter Hauernfiend. the grand
old man of Cecil, was here trans
acting business Tuesday.
Eleven candidates have filed
for sheriff of Umatilla county. It
is probably a good paying job.
John Wilks and Ray Klake of
Grass Valley, merchants, were
here Sunday on business matters.
The 0. W. R. N. have a work
train here putting in new tele
graph poles and adding new wire
LOST-March 1st. on lone Ella
Road leading from Bert Mason's
store, purse containing a $20 gold
piece, small change etc. Finder
leave with lone Independent of
fice and receive suitable reward,
0. W. Barzek.
On Your Farm
Free of Charge
Our demonstration car goes
everywhere within forty miles
of Heppner, and will give you
and your neighbors a fine
All Leading Makes
MAURICE A. FRYE
HEPPNER :: ORE.
Everybody Helped Build
This Huge Skyscraper
There has just been enstalled a
battery of 121) hugh electric flood
lights around the 26-story Wrig
ley building in Chicago, an il
lumination which makes this big
skyscraper visible for 15 milts.
And, by the way, that is the
magnificent building that every
one of us folks has been helping
to pay for by chewing gum.
Leave your watch repairing at
the McMurray pastime for Hay
lor the jeweler, Heppner,